The 2011 PGA Championship's leaderboard has yet to see too much change considering just 27 golfers are through the third round. David Toms did what he could to change that and make his way to the top, however, by shooting a five-under 65 as part of Saturday's first group.
Toms is currently in a tie for 11th place on the leaderboard, but he could still move up if any of the top ten guys struggle when they tee off later Saturday afternoon.
Toms ascent 41 spots up the leaderboard came largely by way of a strong back-nine. He was able to nail an eagle on the 551-yard, par 5 Hole 12 to make up two strokes and then proceeded to birdie Holes 13, 14 and 18 to head into the clubhouse six strokes better than his showing on Friday.
Other golfers in the early group that did well on Saturday include Ben Crane and Hunter Mahan who both scored a four-under 66, Italy's Francesco Molinari with a 67 and Alexander Noren's 2-under 68.